No. It does not have any rails, nor is it accurate enough to need one.
yes, with the e-trigger you will able to shoot:
semi, burst and full auto
It depends on which marker you have and which trigger is on it. Typically the manual will tell you how to adjust it
It is adjustable, but around 290 Feet Per Second.
Any of the GoPro cameras are good. If you are on a tight budged the Electroflip wireless DVR is alright.
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Paintballs are one of the worst ballistic projectiles you can create, they are a liquid filled gelatin sphere with a seam that rolls through the air. The easiest way to get better accuracy is to use better paintballs.
Higher quality paintballs (and provided you don't keep them sitting around - if you're storing them - for too long) will be more round without dimples and have a sleeker seam on them. This means they will fly better.
After that, your barrel also affects accuracy, but only to an extent (don't expect miracles - and despite all the marketing that goes into these barrels, rifled barrels DON'T help make it more accurate).
As far as aiming goes, that is mostly up to the user but most people aim down the side of the marker not over the top, especially with so many center feed designs out there. Aiming down the side of the marker gives you the barrel as a line of reference and also keeps your head lower to prevent getting hit.
It takes practice but it is typically faster than aiming over the top and keeps you in a lower profile. One last note on accuracy, at maximum range (about 150ft) the BEST case scenario you can have is a grouping the size of a trash can lid, that's shooting really REALLY good paint and a great barrel, typical players see grouping closer to the size of a truck tire. So really its just shoot as much paint into the area of your target until one of them hits your target.
Typical harnesses if made by BT, Tippmann, Spec Ops, or NXe are worn over the shoulders. These harnesses should fit similar to a backpack and should cover the majority of your backside. In the front of your body should be straps, typicall containing an assortment of pockets to put tools, lube, and cronograph.
Other harnesses typically used to speed ball are worn around your hips. The straps will fit across your stomach. Keep in mind that the pods (that hold the paintball) should be upside down. This is allows the pod to fall into your hand during the play of game, which in turn allows one to reload faster.
No, there is not a licensing system for paintball guns in Mexico as there is for Firearms.
50round hopper are common, but if you want the smallest possible... put a piece of tape on your feedneck and you have a 2 ball loader. That is technically the smallest hopper.
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There is no difference between equipment for speedball or woodsball, all barrels will give you the same useable range and will shoot paint at around 280fps. If you are just looking for a good barrel I suggest the J&J ceramic 1-piece or CP 1-piece barrels, both are around $35 USD and will give you improvement over a stock barrel. Anything from 12"-16" is personal preference, longer barrels beyond 16" are just added weight for no reason and barrels shorter than 12" get louder and less efficient but between 12 and 16 there is no noticeable difference in performance.
Most likely the striker o-ring is broken or needs to be lubricated. It could also be that the sear is work, or the mainspring could be worn. Take it to a local paintball store to have it looked at.
In short the A1 Fly. However there are many markers that are as good, or arguably better than the angel line. Planet Eclipse, Dye, Dangerous Power and DLX come to mind as guns I would purchase over an Angel.
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No, they are fairly low quality.
For the most part no, it will do nothing to markers as everything will function exactly as it would otherwise. Some markers (like angels) will have problems dry firing as they use back pressure from a paintball to cycle properly but putting a towel or a barrel swab in the barrel will do the same thing. Automags with a level 10 bolt are about the only markers that should not be dry fired as a portion of the bolt can go flying out the barrel without a paintball in place
Currently the A1 Fly, until they make a better one.
The barrel back is the piece that screws into the receiver on a 2 piece barrel. It is usually a specific size (or has changeable inserts with different sizes) that allow the player to change the bore (inside diameter) of the paintball barrel back, while having a more standard bore in the front (like .685). This is done to either perfectly fit the paintball (mid boring or perfect match) be bigger then the paintball (over-boring like .691) or slightly smaller then the paintball (underboring like .681) There are many different theories as to which is the best, but with changeable backs you can find out for yourself.
Any standard hopper, since the feed-neck is adjustable.
the selector switch to your gun has been broken and needs to be replaced i had an M14 and M4 both do this to me
No, its a paintball marker, not a firearm, it does not even have a selector switch. First I would check to make sure that it actually is on semi and not one of the ramping modes as that would be the most likely cause, replace the battery (low batteries can do funny things to markers) Reset the board to factory settings and clean and lube the marker, somewhere in there it will most likely be fixed
o, also, makre sure the touniment lock is turned off. It may be that you think you are changing it to semi-auto but the toury lock is preventing you from making any changes
You could try to play paintball in a wheelchair, but there is not event where only people in wheelchairs play. You would also need to play speedball (flat grass with inflatable bunkers) otherwise the terrain would be a problem. Besides this, a large part of paintball is using both hands while moving, and hiding all of your body behind a bunker, which would be frustrating to do in a wheelchair.
Ramping is where you pull the trigger at a low ball per second rate, like 5bps, and once it is hit and continued, it will ramp to the "cap" or maximum bps, like 13.
At some sporting goods stores or any paintball field.
The parts that make up a carbon dioxide tank is designed differently to handle the pressures for carbon dioxide (and also because under pressure carbon dioxide turns into a liquid) and cannot be used for a high-pressure air or nitrogen tank.
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